Divvy launched with with 300 stations in 2013 and expanded by 175 stations in 2015. The program continued to grow in 2016, adding more than 100 new stations, reaching new Chicago neighborhoods and surrounding suburbs.

Each expansion requires a close coordination with our clients at the Chicago Department of Transportation (who go through a lengthy process to determine where each station will go), with city permitting offices, our equipment suppliers, our operations team and our marketing department.

As we expand we monitor changes in ridership patterns, and quickly assess which stations will require more attention from rebalancers and valets. We ramp up our staffing of bike checkers and mechanics to make sure the new bikes stay in good and safe condition for years to come.

Growing Divvy — Motivate

Growing Divvy

Divvy launched with with 300 stations in 2013 and expanded by 175 stations in 2015. The program continued to grow in 2016, adding more than 100 new stations, reaching new Chicago neighborhoods and surrounding suburbs.

Each expansion requires a close coordination with our clients at the Chicago Department of Transportation (who go through a lengthy process to determine where each station will go), with city permitting offices, our equipment suppliers, our operations team and our marketing department.

As we expand we monitor changes in ridership patterns, and quickly assess which stations will require more attention from rebalancers and valets. We ramp up our staffing of bike checkers and mechanics to make sure the new bikes stay in good and safe condition for years to come.